- External morphology
Large and thick and freaky-wide, with beveled corners. 43 mm x 76.8 mm. No oral grooves.
Discovered in an industrial warehouse in Yakima, WA by occlupanologist D. Estabrook (FORC). A bizarre duopareidolian enigma that has caused nights of restless agitation in some of our most sensitive systematists, already at their wits end from studying the unusual morphology of the newly uncovered Fusoridae. While many occlupanids are thought to possibly reproduce by budding laterally, Perovora orthrus is solidly conjoined, a fusion of fused plastic. The twinning of this entity is thought to be an adaptation as an obligate parasite of large previously-opened bags of chips. Host data remain elusive, as none of the precious few Fusorids D. Estabrook was able to collect were found attached to any host. Indeed, it is unknown if these newly discovered giants are relics of a bygone era, colossal monsters from the dawn of the Synthetic Age.